Tag: Ally Financial

Posted on August 21, 2020

  • Equity markets declined sharply in March giving robos an opportunity for timely rebalancing trades
  • Schwab, Wealthfront, Edelman, and more had notable rebalances from bonds to stocks during the lows
  • The juggernaut Vanguard and others did not rebalance during the entire six-month period
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Posted on June 4, 2020

  • Titan Invest claims top spot in the first quarter
  • Wealthsimple fares well thanks to low volatility ETF holdings
  • SRI portfolios do well, taking two of the top three spots over the quarter
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Posted on May 8, 2020

  • SigFig, Fidelity Go, and Axos Invest win three-year top-performer prizes
  • Three-year fixed income returns surpass equity returns
  • Investment-grade corporates and treasuries help robos deal with volatile markets
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Posted on November 6, 2019

Prudential, Axos Invest, and Acorns Lead YTD

Amongst our taxable robos, Prudential, Axos Invest (formerly WiseBanyan), and Acorns are the top performers YTD for performance above/below the Normalized Benchmark. All three portfolios have above-average allocations to domestic stocks, which have outperformed international equities consistently over the past three years. Axos Invest has emerged as a long-term performance leader, proving that a simple portfolio can achieve strong long-term performance. Axos’s domestic equity allocation relies almost entirely on the Vanguard Total Stock Market ETF, and their fixed income consists of high-yield and investment-grade corporate bonds. 

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Posted on November 1, 2019

Top Performers:

2-Year Trailing Top Performers  (annualized):

  • Fidelity Go IRA
  • T. Rowe Price IRA
  • Axos Invest IRA
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Posted on October 31, 2019

JP Morgan Enters the Fray, Vanguard Expands

All hands are on deck for automated investing. Shortly after closing Finn, its millennial-focused banking app, JP Morgan launched You Invest Portfolios—its new digital advisor with a minimum account balance of $2,500 and 0.35% advisory fee. With JP Morgan’s entrance into the digital advice space, there are only a few large U.S. banks that have yet to offer or buy a stake in a digital advisor. 

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